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Shutting down then starting back up whenever

Computer seem to shut down and start back at his own leasure.Changed PSU cleaned CPU fan and heat sink (sys temp 22c, CPU temp 46c). Disconnected all drives and still the same. It's a KM4M motherboard.
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Ya. If it keeps re-booting then it may be a virus (my things virus)
If not, go to system properties and start up and recovery settings. remove reboot on error settings (in XP) It doesnt fix the root cause but may stop your frustration

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